NFPA Forecast Report: U.S. Customer Markets

Look ahead and anticipate change with the NFPA Forecast Report: U.S. Customer Markets. This quarterly report, supplied by Alan Beaulieu and the Institute for Trend Research (ITR), includes an outlook, trend graph and commentary on the current year and next two years ahead for all of fluid power’s most popular customer markets, hydraulics, pneumatics, and the overall fluid power industry.

In addition, this report includes several articles and indicators of interest every quarter.

  • Current Economic Events
  • State-by-State Economic Topics
  • Industry Segment Overviews
  • Snap Shot Indicators
  • Reader’s Questions
  • and Fed Notes

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